The Boscolo Prague Hotel is an Autograph Collection Hotel in the Marriott portfolio. The hotel is conveniently located by the train station and is a 5-10 minute walk. There is a grocery store close to the hotel as well.
There was a doorman to greet us at the door. Upon entering, you need to walk up a small flight of stairs to get to the lobby level.
The lobby is ornately decorated but is slightly dim. Check-in was thorough, and I was informed that I could take breakfast at the New York Café as a Ritz Carlton Gold member. I was also informed that Wi-Fi was complimentary.
The hallways on the second floor had nice marble flooring.
I was given room 218 which was almost at the end of the hallway after turning right when coming out of the elevator.
The bathroom was located on the left after entering the room.
There was a single sink with a decent amount of counter space.
Etro bath amenities were featured.
There was a shower/tub combo with the dreaded half door. Water pressure and temperature was excellent.
There was a toilet and bidet.
Across from the bathroom was the closet, which was spacious and contained robes and slippers which is always a nice feature.
The coffee maker was hidden in the closet.
Next to the closet was the mini-bar which included a bunch of snacks, alcohol, and a broken piece of glass. Thankfully the glass didn’t have any sharp edges protruding but it would be nice if the hotel fixed it.
There was also a fridge with drinks for purchase.
Next to the mini-bar area was the desk and TV.
There was a chair and small table in the corner.
The bed was comfortable, and featured a bench of the foot of the bed, along with a nightstand on each side. Unfortunately, outlets were nowhere to be found near the bed, or near the desk for that matter.
The room did feature very high ceilings and an ornate chandelier, however it did not produce a lot of light and the room was somewhat dim.
Breakfast at the New York Café featured an impressive buffet. It was not as extensive as something you would find in Asia or the Middle East but did provide a lot of options, and the food was of high quality. There was also an egg station with made to order eggs.
Employees were friendly throughout our stay. The hotel is also located close to the city center, so it is centrally located by the train station, along with many shops, restaurants and tourist sites. Although Hyatt is my preferred chain, they do not have any hotels in Prague, but I would be more than happy to stay here again. It should be noted however that the Wi-Fi was horrible, and it took forever just to do something simple like checking your email.